The attorney general in Washington state is pushing a pair of bills that would limit, or outright ban, the sale of so-called assault weapons.
It was the King of Rock n’ Roll’s birthday over the weekend; and while Elvis has left the building, so to speak, a gun he gifted to a bodyguard in the 1970’s fetched more than $10,000 at auction Saturday.
A lawmaker in Vermont is introducing a bill this month that would implement universal gun background checks.
Researchers at Columbia University hope computer analysis of language in social media posts can help stop gang violence before it starts.
California had more gun background checks in December than any other month on record for the state, in a month where gun store owners reported a flurry of sales ahead of the so-called bullet button ban that took effect the first of the year.
A new permit in South Dakota that would speed up the gun buying process is seeing implementation delays this week, after it was supposed to take effect Sunday, the first of the year.
The sentencing phase is under way this week for the man found guilty of shooting and killing nine parishioners during a Bible study at a South Carolina church in June 2015.
A new study supports a long-held belief by pro-gunners that a decades-old figure about the number of guns bought without background checks is wildly inflated.
Federal data released Wednesday morning shows December had more background checks across all categories than any other month in 2016, a record setting year for the system.
Pro-gun researcher Dr. John R. Lott calls a new Obama-backed rule that would prohibit Social Security beneficiaries unable to manage their own affairs from buying guns “outrageous.”